SUNS - South North Development Monitor
     INDEX        ARCHIVE        SEARCH        FROM GATT TO THE WTO        ABOUT
SUNS # 9236 Thursday 19 November 2020
 
  Contents  

Trade : Discussions continue on preferential rules of origin for LDCs (PRIV)
(Kanaga Raja, Geneva)
A meeting of the WTO Committee on Rules of Origin last week continued the discussion on the efforts being made by preference-granting members in implementing the Nairobi ministerial decision of December 2015 on preferential rules of origin for the Least Developed Countries (LDCs).

Eswatini : Makes progress on NDCs thanks to crucial partnership support (PRIV)
(IPS, Mbabane)
Barry de Maine, the director of Green Cross Pharmacy, lost about $7,675 worth of stock when The Mall, the largest shopping centre in Mbabane, was flooded back in 2003.

United Nations : Reversing the Rohingya crisis - one woman at a time (PRIV)
(IPS, New York)
"This is a crisis without a quick fix that could take years to resolve unless there are concerted efforts to address its root causes", says Manuel Fontaine, UNICEF's Director of Emergency Programmes.

United Nations : African employers for gender equality (PRIV)
(IPS, Addis Ababa)
Africa has over 700 companies with an annual revenue of more than $500 million, including 400 with revenue above $1 billion.


  About   Publisher: Third World Network, 131 Jalan Macalister, 10400 penang, malaysia
Editor emeritus: chakravarthi raghavan.
Editor: kanaga raja, rm c508, 8-14 Avenue de la Paix, ch-1211 geneva 10, switzerland; tel:(4122) 7344274, fax 7401672; email: sunstwn@bluewin.ch
Advisory board: rajiv kumar chander, triyono wibowo
As a non-profit service, subscriptions are intended to cover or contribute to costs of operations. terms and special conditions: information available from publisher.

   

[c] 2013, SUNS - All rights reserved. May not be reproduced, reprinted or posted to any system or service without specific permission from SUNS. This limitation includes incorporation into a database, distribution via Usenet News, bulletin board systems, mailing lists, print media or broadcast. For information about reproduction or multi-user subscriptions please contact <sunstwn@bluewin.ch>